//Tag: AoA

RFeye Site Feature Spotlight: More Than A Bearing

Traditional direction-finding systems provide a single line of bearing to a target, as shown below in Figure 1. RFeye Site, on the other hand, can provide far more detail, and does so with a user-friendly interface, allowing operators to extract the maximum amount of geolocation information from incoming signals. Figure 1 Single Line of Bearing (LOB) Feature 1 – Color-Coded Lines of Bearing RFeye [...]

RFeye Site Feature Spotlight: More Than A Bearing2020-09-08T10:41:40+00:00

CRFS Spring Webinar Series

As COVID-19 continues to disrupt normal life across the globe, we’re all having to adapt to the (hopefully temporary) new reality of working remotely. As part of that process, we wanted to reach out directly to our customers and to the wider RF community by organizing a series of interactive webinars. We’ve chosen a selection of topics that we hope will prove useful and [...]

CRFS Spring Webinar Series2020-09-08T11:02:44+00:00

Radar Jammers and Where to Find Them

A fully functioning radar provides crucial situational awareness in a wide variety of military settings. And as a key component in the electronic warfare arsenal, it is likely to be the target of countermeasures by opposing forces designed to degrade friendly capabilities, most likely some variety of radar jamming. This can range from straightforward brute-force jamming attempts, where an overwhelmingly powerful wideband RF signal [...]

Radar Jammers and Where to Find Them2020-07-30T10:39:02+00:00
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